Mock trial at MIT University Vietnam
The Law Practice Club at MIT University Vietnam recently debuted its first-ever mock trial which centered on a cyber security case.
Judge – Presiding judge: Nguyen Thi My Loan
People’s Assessor: Le Dinh Thu
People’s Assessor: Nguyen Ngoc Thanh Vy
The event was a success and allowed MIT-ers to simulate the actual stages of a criminal trial, including opening statements, witness examination, cross-examination, objections, closing arguments, and sentencing
Court reporter: Nguyen Thi Ngoc Nhu
Its highly engaging and intuitive format set the mock trials apart, making complex legal concepts easy to grasp and remember for law students.
Prosecutor: Hoang Nguyen Anh Linh
This mock trial was a golden chance for law students to dive into actual trial cases, sharpen their professional skills, and boost communication and teamwork abilities.
Attorney: Nguyen Thi Nhu Thao
Attorney: Dinh Cong Tuan Anh
Thanks to the unwavering support and guidance of faculty members, the event went off without a hitch, with the counselors and advisors giving high marks for professionalism and accuracy.
Notably, the Economic Law program students at MIT University Vietnam went above and beyond in their performances, with a stern judge, fiery attorneys, a weeping victim, and a remorseful defendant – all making the mock trial more realistic.
In conclusion, the mock trial hosted by MIT University Vietnam’s Law Practice Club was a resounding success, equipping law students with the necessary skills and experience to take on the legal profession with confidence and competence.
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